BRITS have been asked to check their lottery tickets as the eight winners have yet to claim their £1m prize.
If you entered the EuroMillions draw on Friday, you should look at your numbers now as some people accidentally became overnight millionaires.
In total, 24 UK players have one recipient of the £1m prize, but only 17 were awarded at the weekend.
That means there is still £8m to be claimed.
Victory Friday EuroMillions the drawing numbers are: 5, 14, 35, 36 and 39, while the Lucky Stars are 07 and 12.
Check your tickets online at national-lottery.co.uk or download the National Lottery app.
Players who have purchased tickets to the store will have to check their physical tickets.
If you think you’re a winner, you can call 03332345050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If no one comes in first by Thursday, the National Lottery will announce whether the winning ticket was purchased online or in-store.
Two weeks after the draw date, if all prizes are still unclaimed, it will reveal where the winning ticket was purchased.
Players have 180 days to claim their prize after the numbers are selected.
Once ticket holders have been paid, they can go public and share the news or choose to remain anonymous.
A couple who went ahead with a £1 million win said The jackpot changed their lives.
Adam and Amy Pryor were able to buy their disabled 5-year-old daughter Charlotte a service dog with this money.
Meanwhile, Sun reader Ian Black win £2 million on National Lottery scratch card after buying it on a whim.
The Sun spoke to a national lottery expert who shared what really happened? after someone wins big in a draw.
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